moistener said:Joedanger11, do you think this front bumper would work well with the Mugen sides and rear?
I think they did it that way to accommodate those who wish to retain the OEM 'grill'. TBH, if I had that kit I probably would have kept the grill and just painted it, since I'm not sure if I like a plain mesh replacement like on Sunny's car. With that said, his car is the best looking 7th gen to date.moistener: said:That kit is amazing. I saw the same for the sedan on ebay; however, I hate how there is still a dip in the grill outline where the honda emblem is suppose to be. I think it would look so much better if the dip came to a point, a la inspire bumper.
Just thought I'd point out that "fiberglass," in the context of automotive applications, generally refers to the composite formed from using fiberglass fabric with resin. The formal name for this composite is Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic (FRP). The 'fiberglass' refers to the fiberglass mat used to give the composite some strength, and the 'plastic' refers to the resin, used to give form and rigidity to the composite.joedanger11 said:i've been looking for kits and the only non-fiberglass kit i know of is the b-magic kit made by AIT. it isnt polyurethane though, it is FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic)
As far as I know, this is the order from best to worst, in order of resistance to cracking.v6_ccord_2k5 said:if it is ever released... the ron_jon kit should be polyurethane.
that kit is nice, but maybe its the intercooler that brings it together... if you have a CAI, that filter will prob get dirty so fast...
can anyone list the materials for making bumpers from best to worst, ie: